"A Traveler’s Highway to Heaven" adds historical and cultural meat to the bones of the hiker’s happily convivial El Camino experience. Of even more import, the book enables that experience for the traveler who yearns to course El Camino de Santiago but is physically incapable of handling the rigors of walking the eight hundred kilometers of the Way. For others, it turns a touristy lark between the running of the bulls in Pamplona, and encountering St. James at Master Mateo’s Portico de la Gloria, into a sharing of the “after El Camino experience” that the hiker cum pilgrim generally claims all for himself.
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